Bureaucracy Bogs Down Bigfoot Bills

For the second straight year, a bill which would have recognized  Sasquatch as Washington state's official crypid will not come to pass.

The legislation, which made headlines when it was put forward by state senator Ann Richards last year, was  suggested by a third grader who was concerned that Oregon would lay  claim to the creature first.

While one would think that such an innocent idea could easily get passed  in an afternoon, the winding road of how a bill becomes law seems to  have befuddled even Bigfoot.

More on how Sasquatch can serve as a civics lesson at the Coast to Coast AM website.